WHAT has been a stop-start domestic season is finally finding some rhythm with today’s league games followed by midweek fixtures and the SWPL Cup final next Sunday.

The natural order was restored last weekend when Glasgow City beat Hibernian to return to the top of the table. Nevertheless, it is now impossible to predict the outcome of matches between the sides and their tussle for the title could continue until the last round of fixtures in November.

Spartans, too, have made a fine start even if, like the top two, they are being burdened by injuries. Celtic are in next Sunday’s Cup final, against Hibernian, but can’t be happy at being significantly behind the top two in the league.

At the foot of the table, Aberdeen, who are at Celtic today, continue to struggle. Former manager Allan Smith, who left last summer, was a big presence and results have dipped under new head coach Stefan Laird.

Stirling University, meanwhile, are still trying to identify a successor for another big presence, head coach Tommy Craig, who departed last month.

IT appears the grass wasn’t greener in Glasgow for the American duo of Savannah Jordan and Lauren Silver.

They were signed by Glasgow City in January, with the highly-rated Jordan, in particular, looking to be an exciting recruit and a target for top NWSL club Portland Thorns.

Jordan scored hat-tricks in her first two competitive games, but after that it was largely downhill for the pair, who barely featured for City latterly.

Neither player adapted to training and playing on artificial surfaces and so both sides called it quits.

Silver, who was born in the United States but plays for Jamaica, made her point in a Tweet which stated: “When you find real grass in Glasgow you touch it and hang on to it for dear life.”

So much for Scotland’s largest city, which boasts more than 90 parks and gardens, claiming to be the Dear Green Place.